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Short stories of the Victorian and Edwardian age, read by professional actors.

Short stories of the Victorian and Edwardian age, read by professional actors.
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United States

Description:

Short stories of the Victorian and Edwardian age, read by professional actors.

Language:

English

Contact:

206-898-9453


Episodes

BRASS: The Devil in Whitechapel 4 - BRASS Stacks

2/6/2019
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The Second Coming: Lord and Lady Brass rush across London trying to save both a missing child and an abducted poet, while Yeats comes face-to-face with the mysterious Master and learns his occult plans! Bickering cultists, unnatural rituals and the timely return of Loveday Brooke as our BRASS Miniseries comes to an end.

Duration:00:35:16

BRASS STACKS 4: THE STORYTELLER BY SAKI - BRASS Stacks

9/28/2018
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For this episode, we return to the English master of the short sharp shock, Saki, and a delightfully mischievous narrative about the sort of tales children really enjoy, “The Storyteller.”

Duration:00:12:16

BRASS Stacks 3: The Mysterious Case of Miss V. - BRASS Stacks

9/5/2018
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The late 19th and early 20th century were the golden age of the ghost story. Some of the greatest tales of the supernatural were written at this time, including masterpieces by Sheridan Le Fanu, Algernon Blackwood and M.R. James, as well as short stories by such heavyweight novelists as Dickens, George Eliot, and Henry James. […]

Duration:00:06:35

BRASS Stacks 2: Tobermory - BRASS Stacks

8/22/2018
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For our second BRASS Stacks, we are featuring one of the greatest short story writers of the pre-War years, H.H. Munro, who wrote as Saki. This brilliant journalist-turned-short story writer was one of the great wits of the Edwardian age. Orphaned at age 2, Munro was raised by his grandmother and a household of puritanical […]

Duration:00:17:47

BRASS Stacks 1: 2 Stories by Lord Dunsany - BRASS Stacks

8/22/2018
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Our new series of narrated short stories begins with two early stories by Lord Dunsany.

Duration:00:06:05